The 24-year-old started the year off with a bang in June and continued that form through until the Canoe Slalom World Championships in Brazil last month. 

It's been a couple of weeks since the season finished and Fox has since returned back home to Australia with her achievements starting to sink in. 

"It's kind of sunk in what's happening and what I've achieved," she said.

"It's just been an incredible year, I never would have imagined it at the start of the season and it's very special to now be home and be able to share it with everyone and kind of reflect on what a massive year it's been.

"At the same time, I'm kind of sad that it's all over and I'm going to wait until next year to get back overseas and race again," Fox said.

Heading into the season, she knew that she would be able to defend her 2017 K1 World title and had a goal to win an overall World Cup title for the same event, something she had never achieved before. 

Fox had momentum, winning back-to-back World Cups to start the season and from a far it looked like she was unstoppable. 

"I was like, I'm not stopping, let's see how long I could go and I knew it was possible, but I didn't expect it in that way," she said.

"When I look back now, I prepared extremely well over the summer, physically, mentally and I turned up excited to race. It just felt great and I enjoyed it. I think that's, that always makes a big difference," Fox said. 

She would go on to be undefeated in the C1 event but unfortunately, a bit of momentum was lost in K1 at the back end of the World Cup having just missed out on gold in the fourth meet before finishing 10th in the final World Cup of the season. 

However, despite the little bump, she won both World Cup titles which came with No.1 world rankings in each discipline.